How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
Photos of TOKO HOTEL
TripAdvisor Reviews TOKO HOTEL Shinagawa
Travel Blogs from Shinagawa
... but also because I was on a somewhat tight schedule, so I refrained from letting my weary bones soak in what I presume to have been warm water. I dressed quickly after that, packed my bags, stuffed my luggage in a coin locker in the basement of the hotel and left this unusual experience.
I was supposed to meet up with Amy and Reena outside Akihabara station at 09:30. I made my way there in the absolute drenching downpour caused by the typhoon. I was at the spot where we ...
... stations are available at all stations to pay any missing value if you guess the denomination incorrectly. If you get your fare wrong when you pass through a gate, it simply does not let you through and shows a message indicating that you need to adjust your fare. No fine, no trouble (providing you have some spare change). And of course, citizens do have a smart rider equivalent too (it is Japan after all!).
Since our train was gone, ...
... quickly. People were slurping noodles around us, so we joined them. It was so good, and we ate dinner for $11.00. One thing I did notice in the restaurants that I will have to research-I was the only woman eating in there. We went by a number of these places and no women. Go figure.
So our day marching through Tokyo was over, and a thirty minute train ride took us back to our hotel and another early night. Tomorrow we take on Disney. I can't wait.
... plate. We had to cook this ourselves in a basket of water with a metal plate in the bottom heated by an induction cooktop. One of the dishes included milt cooked how we liked. I'll let you look up what milt is, like I have now done. I chose to have my milt cooked tempura, Victor chose broiled. I can't say I was a fan, even before I knew what it was. Of all the dishes we tried my favourite was the fugu sashimi. With lime juice, it was tasty.
... jp/en/index.html. My mother (Barb's mom) stayed here in 1950, when she was a stewardess for an airline that chartered soldiers to Japan for combat staging during the Korean War. Although the hotel had volumes of old guest registries, there were none for 1950 as this was during the post WWII period and the hotel was "occupied" by the US Army. But mother had told wonderful stories of how lovely the drive was to get there, and the beautiful dining room ...